|Date:||September 18th, 2018 from 12:00pm to12:00am America/Toronto|
SPC-ON Hosted Webinar
Date/Time: Tuesday, September 18th at 12pm EST (local time)
Title: Successful integration of Physiotherapy and Strength & Conditioning Services in an Athlete Support Team
Presenter: Ed McNeely, MSC, CSCS
Summary: Ed will draw on his experiences with rowing and discuss how the integrated health team defined responsibilities and worked through the grey areas where disciplines cross over. The focus will be on training load monitoring, sleep monitoring, tracking of muscle asymmetries, balancing health and performance and reducing injury rates.
Presenter Bio: Ed McNeely received his Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Ottawa in 1994 and has been involved in the strength and conditioning industry for 25 years. He has been a consultant to seventeen Canadian national and professional sports teams and is currently Rowing Canada’s strength and conditioning coach at their London Training Centre. Ed is the author of five books: Power Plyometrics, The Resistance Band Workout Book, One Hundred Strength Exercises, Training for Rowing, and Skillful Rowing. He has published over 100 articles on training and athlete conditioning covering topics such as strength training, plyometrics, making weight, assessing fitness, speed and power development, planning and periodization, and aerobic fitness. He is a frequent resource for other writers, acting as an expert for articles in Muscle & Fitness, Outside Magazine, the Georgia Tech Sports Medicine Newsletter, the Rowing News, the Globe and Mail, Ottawa Citizen and the Discovery Channel.
Ed is a frequent speaker at both national and international sport and fitness conferences, having done over 75 presentations in the past 10 years at conferences- such as the NSCA National Convention, the AAHPERD National Convention, the Society of Weight Training Injury Specialists Conference, ECA Sport and Fitness Conference, Coaching Association of Canada Conferences, Rowing Canada Conferences, Ontario Minor Hockey Association Clinics, Joy of Sculling Conferences, and Olympic Solidarity Conferences
Duration: 45-60 minutes with at least 15minutes available for Q&A
Pre-registration through SPC website required.
Students can register for free.
SPC-Members: $15 for live streaming/participation, $10 for download after only
non-SPC Members: $20 for live streaming/participation, $15 for download after only
*live participants will also receive a link to the recorded webinar afterwards